An Annual Fine Art Destination
Each year thousands of art industry insiders flock to Artexpo New York in search of the art and artists that will shape trends in galleries worldwide. Hosting more than 35,000 avid art enthusiasts annually, we’re the largest international gathering of qualified trade buyers—including gallery owners and managers, art dealers, interior designers, architects, corporate art buyers, and art and framing retailers.
The curatorial theme for 2019 is [TRANSFORM]. Art is powerful. It challenges the status quo, changes our perceptions, and pushes us to see ourselves and others from a new perspective. Join us April 4–7, 2019, as we champion the transformative power of art.
41+ Years of Extraordinary Art
For 41 years and counting, Artexpo New York has changed how people buy and sell art. This year, we will undergo our own evolution as the show moves to Pier 92. Join us April 4–7, 2019, as we champion the transformative power of art.
Hundreds of Artists, Thousands of New Works
This year, we’ll host over 400+ innovative exhibiting artists, galleries, and publishers from across the globe, showcasing exciting original artwork, prints, paintings, drawings, sculpture, photography, ceramics, giclee, lithographs, glassworks, and more—all under one roof at Pier 92.
“Redwood Exhibition Company is the best one in the country. Organization was excellent as well as quality of artists.”
The New Venue
Pier 92 – “The Art & Design Pier”
Artexpo New York is moving to Pier 92 and running concurrently with The Photography Show presented by AIPAD at Pier 94. Over the past several years, Pier 92/94 has quickly become a recognizable event space in New York City, utilized for high-end shows and large-scale events. Artexpo will follow The Armory Show, completing the trendy convention center’s monthlong critically acclaimed offering of exhilarating and prominent art fairs in New York City.
Fine art trade shows don’t get much bigger than Artexpo, the world’s largest, which has hosted the likes of Andy Warhol, Robert Rauschenberg, Keith Haring, and Leroy Neiman during its 41-year history.